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Competing as a Junior (non tested fed)..

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Competing as a Junior (non tested fed)..

I turn 21 on May the 26th 2010. I would like to compete as a jounior next year if atall possible, what shows/feds can i do?

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    Re:Competing as a Junior (non tested fed).. 2009/07/28 08:34:17 (permalink)
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    UKBFF - South Coast
    NABBA - Portsmouth

    these 2 shows are always April time

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    Re:Competing as a Junior (non tested fed).. 2009/07/28 08:39:15 (permalink)
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    There's also the NAC but not 100% sure on their age limit for juniors.

    Huh, I thought you were 32
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    Re:Competing as a Junior (non tested fed).. 2009/07/28 09:13:32 (permalink)
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    Incredible Bulk

    UKBFF - South Coast
    NABBA - Portsmouth

    these 2 shows are always April time


    These were two that i was looking at, if i qualify for the British Finals in the South Coast can i still do the finals even though i will be 21 by then?

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    Re:Competing as a Junior (non tested fed).. 2009/07/28 09:14:47 (permalink)
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    kitty

    There's also the NAC but not 100% sure on their age limit for juniors.

    Huh, I thought you were 32


    Haha yes my user names are quite deseptive,  just like i am not called Scott on UK-M .
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    Re:Competing as a Junior (non tested fed).. 2009/07/28 09:36:27 (permalink)
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    if you were under 21 at time of qualifying so yes IIRC.

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    Re:Competing as a Junior (non tested fed).. 2009/07/28 09:49:06 (permalink)
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    Incredible Bulk

    if you were under 21 at time of qualifying so yes IIRC.


    Cheers mate, just found this so looks like you are right.


    " JUNIORS
    must be under 21 years old on the day of the contest. Any junior competitor, who has qualified for the UKBFF Finals, but will be
    over the age limit on the day of the finals, will be permitted to take part in the UKBFF Finals and will receive an invitation."

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    Re:Competing as a Junior (non tested fed).. 2009/07/28 09:54:19 (permalink)
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    Going by this years dates i think i will end up doing;

    26th April – UKBFF South Coast, Guildhalll, Portsmouth

    and maybe..

    2nd May – NABBA South East Area Show, Beck Theatre, Grange Road, Hayes



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    Re:Competing as a Junior (non tested fed).. 2009/07/28 10:20:47 (permalink)
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    how about the body power expo?
    it will be running in 2010 and was the 9th may last year?

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    Re:Competing as a Junior (non tested fed).. 2009/07/28 10:28:29 (permalink)
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    Incredible Bulk

    how about the body power expo?
    it will be running in 2010 and was the 9th may last year?


    Will probly want to go enjoy that rather than be walking around in a dehydrated state to be honest! Its a possibility though!

    Either way i need to start cutting November time to stand any chance of getting my condition right for any april/may show.

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    Re:Competing as a Junior (non tested fed).. 2009/07/28 22:16:35 (permalink)
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    i turn 21 on may 4th next year and was also looking at competing in the juniors class. So i will probably be doing the same shows as you next year.
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    Re:Competing as a Junior (non tested fed).. 2009/07/29 08:49:35 (permalink)
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    Daniel.M

    i turn 21 on may 4th next year and was also looking at competing in the juniors class. So i will probably be doing the same shows as you next year.

    Awesome mate, you going to get a journal up when you start cutting?

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    Re:Competing as a Junior (non tested fed).. 2009/07/29 12:37:20 (permalink)
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    yeah mate, wont start till december so plenty of time yet.
    I just need a pair of quads like yours lol and then im set
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    Re:Competing as a Junior (non tested fed).. 2009/07/29 13:54:18 (permalink)
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    Scott32

    kitty

    There's also the NAC but not 100% sure on their age limit for juniors.

    Huh, I thought you were 32


    Haha yes my user names are quite deseptive,  just like i am not called Scott on UK-M .


    32 is his chest size...

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    Re:Competing as a Junior (non tested fed).. 2009/07/29 13:55:26 (permalink)
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    Incredible Bulk

    how about the body power expo?
    it will be running in 2010 and was the 9th may last year?


    Details of the BP show are not finalised yet, but it will be later in May next year
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    Re:Competing as a Junior (non tested fed).. 2009/07/29 14:22:48 (permalink)
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    James

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    kitty

    There's also the NAC but not 100% sure on their age limit for juniors.

    Huh, I thought you were 32


    Haha yes my user names are quite deseptive,  just like i am not called Scott on UK-M .


    32 is his chest size...


    Me and you arnt one and the same we dont all shop in mother care mate ;).

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    Re:Competing as a Junior (non tested fed).. 2009/07/29 14:24:07 (permalink)
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    Daniel.M

    yeah mate, wont start till december so plenty of time yet.
    I just need a pair of quads like yours lol and then im set


    Quads have fullen behind this year, everythings overtaking them (mind games starting already) haha!



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